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REACTION FROM FAMILY OF ARKANSAS SOLDIER KILLED IN IRAQ

http://www.kthv.com/printfullstory.aspx?storyid=9306

Fallen Heroes of Operation Iraqi Freedom

Remembering the soldiers who died in the service of their country

http://www.fallenheroesmemorial.com/oif/profiles/labadiejrwilliamw.html

USA Today - Glimpses of U.S. soldiers killed in April

Army Sgt. 1st Class William Labadie Jr.: Labadie was a sergeant in the Army, but he was also a "real soldier" at work, earning the nickname "Wild Bill" because he was so enthusiastic about his job, raising money for nonprofit agencies. "He was just all over the place, enthusiastic and full of excitement...

http://www.usatoday.com/news/world/iraq/2004-04-30-april-glimpses_x.htm

HONORING OUR ARMED FORCES -- (Senate - April 27, 2004)

http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/z?r108:S27AP4-0025:

Arkansas Army National Guard Sgt. 1st Class William W. Labadie Jr.

http://www.militarycity.com/valor/257153.html

Arkansas National Guard Soldier killed in action in Iraq

http://www.cafearkansas.com/news4.html

Arkansas National Guard Soldier killed in action in Iraq

http://www.arguard.org/ArmyGuard/reardet/latest/04/04/09.htm

At 3 o’clock in the afternoon on Wednesday, April 7th, a mortar attack inside the Forward Operating Base (FOB) left two E Troop Soldiers wounded. It also handed the Brigade its first death, Sgt. First Class William W. Labadie of Bauxite.

http://www.arguard.org/ArmyGuard/reardet/latest/04/04/21.htm

CBS News Who's Who Person

http://www.cbsnews.com/elements/2003/04/15/iraq/whoswho549478_0_4_person.shtml

Discovery Times Channel

April 7 — The Arkansas National Guard suffers its first casualty in Iraq. Sgt. First Class William Labadie is killed when Camp Cooke is attacked by mortars less than 24 hours after he arrives at the base.

http://times.discovery.com/convergence/offtowar/compare.html

ARKANSAS' FALLEN

Sgt. William "Wild Bill" Labadie joined the Marine Corps after high school and served for eight years before returning home and becoming a member of the Arkansas National Guard. Sgt. Labadie was known as a soldier's soldier who took his responsibilities seriously and was excited by the opportunity to use his training in the service of his country.

http://lincoln.senate.gov/ArkansasFallenMarch2.htm

ArkansasNBC -- Army Sergeant William Labadie of Bauxite, Arkansas, who was killed in Iraq, is being remembered for his hard-charging way of approaching life.

http://www.pigstye.net/iraq/article.php/20040413080935450

 
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